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Published: Friday, April 25 2014 2:35 p.m. MDT

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MapleDon
Springville, UT

Shocked? Surprised? Been asleep for a few decades?

Lane Myer
Salt Lake City, UT

Speak2Truth: "Disney has indeed become an agent of social change. Communists call this "feminizing" a society, eliminating the Father as head of the family and role model for his children."

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this is nothing new in Disney movies. Who ran the household in Snow White? Where was her father? In Sleeping Beauty? Again, the Step Mother ran the show. No father to protect her. How can a princess be in distress unless the father is too weak to protect her.

It is not new.

A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

If you want to see a movie with a massive pro-gay agenda, go see the cartoon "Happy Feet". It was hardly subtle and very, very disappointing.

Let it Go!
Omaha, NE

I don't think we need to get into politics, especially when we are commenting on a movie's industry's decision.

But if we have to, may I say that governments need a belief system in order to function. You cannot have a government in which they both support and oppose gay marriage, abortion, or smoking something illegal. There has to be restrictions.

Most of the time, that belief system has STRONG religious origins. So if at the time of the American Revolution Christianity found abortion to be evil, then it would be common sense to the founding fathers, who would make a law about it.

You cannot really seperate religion and state because they rely on each other. One without the other.

Hank Pym
SLC, UT

to JCS

Do you ever get tired of posting the same monologue ad naseuam?

to Digomart

"...But it doesn't bug me when the secular business world avoids portraying or invoking God in order to turn Him into a marketable commodity."

Agreed. Besides, Madison Ave & Hollywood would pale in comparison to politicians in this arena.

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